One of the most reliable indicators of quality of hire is the ever-elusive concept of “fit,” but accurately predicting whether or not a candidate actually clicks with your culture can be exceedingly difficult. Even for employers and recruiters actually able to objectify such a seemingly subjective concept, finding the right candidate for your company’s core […]
Archive for January, 2010
For those recruiters out there who are asking, “what about daily planning”, and “what about phone time”? All these basics still apply, this formula embraces and expands on the fundamentals of recruiting, not replaces them….even a “sucky” or “good” recruiter can bang out 100+ calls. A great recruiter ensures
In most cases, only one candidate is ever going to get the job, and the rest are rejected. Have a look at your rejection process to determine what you can change to improve how this is done. The first big issue for me is how many people go unacknowledged or left in silence because they don’t quite fit the bill or have a resume that fails to hit the “Boolean” mark.